The Diversity Center is run by students, for students. Provides a variety of resources, including meeting space, for veterans, students with disabilities, undocumented students, first generation college students, LGBTQI students, international students, and students of color, amongst other groups.
GO-MAP (Graduate Opportunities and Minority Achievement Program)
GO-MAP offers events, advising, scholarships, and other community-building and professional development resources to BIPOC graduate students at the University of Washington on all three campuses. GO-MAP also sponsors the Outreaching Grads Program (OGs), which builds community among BIPOC graduate students while providing an essential link for prospective and incoming BIPOC grad students. For more information on how to get connected to GO-MAP, sign up for their newsletter or contact their office.
Disability Resources for Students (DRS)
Students with disabilities who anticipate barriers to full participation in courses are encouraged to meet with a DRS counselor to explore the possible accommodations and services that might be available.
Veterans Services is committed to assisting our veterans as they transition out of the military into academic life. We serve as your liaisons to the Department of Veterans Affairs so that you may receive your educational entitlements in addition to providing you with guidance and resources to foster success.
Resources for Student Parents
Includes resources for student parents such as finding childcare, financial resources, changing and lactation stations on campus, and Title IX protections.